North American T-6: SNJ, Harvard and Wirraway
The North American T-6 is one of the most successful aeroplanes of all times, with a career that has lasted longer than half the history of flight. North American T-6 offers the full story of all T-6 variants from the years before WWII to the present day. Also reveals the aeroplane's training record, combat history, and the many variants that make up this unique family of aircraft. Lively and well-researched text make this a superb addition to the Crowood Aviation series.
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